Two years ago, Bob McMahon wondered why antiquated systems at Bernard L. Madoff Investment Services weren't replaced with more modern and efficient off-the-shelf systems.
The Madoff systems were expensive to maintain and made it difficult to grow the business by expanding into new classes of securities. McMahon's job: To organize and document projects that would create custom technology for the firm's trading operations.
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